Who Do I See? is a lively guess-the-animal book that features different colors and animal patterns in a fun and instructional way. Each animal sports a different shiny foil pattern with a different set of colors, and young readers are invited to guess who the animal behind the die-cut window is, such as:
Whose orange-and-black stripes do I see? (An orange-and-black tiger!)
Simple repetition, clear patterns with bright colors accented by holographic foil, familiar animals, and hidden education give this book a leg up on all of the other animal identification books in the marketplace. Learning through play has never been so much fun!
About Salina Yoon
Salina Yoon is the creator of dozens of innovative books for the very young. She specializes in developing novelty formats that are unique and interactive, including the foil tab, furry face, and slide-up series. Her bright and bold illustrations fill each one, most of which she wrote and designed. Ms. Yoon has published with Scholastic Inc, Simon & Schuster, and now exclusively publishes with Penguin Young Readers Group. Born in Busan, Korea, in 1972, Salina Yoon moved with her parents and sister to the United States at the early age of four. Here, she graduated with honors from the notable Los Angeles County High School for the Arts, California State University of Northridge with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Graphic Design, then finally attended the prestigious art school, Art Center College of Design, in Pasadena, California with a major in Illustration. She worked as a book designer and art director for three years before freelancing on her own.
"A Salina Yoon Book," a new brand of books published by Price Stern Sloan, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group, will be launched in Spring ‘07, offering at least 10 books a year by book creator, Salina Yoon.
She lives with her husband, Chris Polentz, with their two young sons in San Marcos, California.